Watercolor painting is a time-honored tradition and many people's first foray into the world of fine arts. Often, watercolor painting is forgotten however, in favor of oil and other mediums. Maja Wronska brings back the art form in these beautiful watercolor interpretations of famous cities.
Big cities can be viewed many ways by many people. Some view theme as gray structural behemoths, while others view them colorful lands of wonder. Maja Wronska views them as a mix of both and it shows in his interpretations of these big cities.
Paris is seen as a foggy tourist attraction, New York is a colorful metropolis and Seattle is viewed as a warm locale. These paintings are incredibly detailed given the difficulty of controlling watercolor paints but the leaky look that watercolor provides is also present in the background.
Wondrous Watercolor Cityscapes
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